Sharks in the Water — Part Five
In our previous blog on “Sharks in the Water” — companies with solid balance sheets, long-term growth strategies and cash to spend on acquisitions from stressed rivals — we offered our best guess as to where the remains of beleaguered Tullow Oil will wind up in the feeding frenzy. Now it’s time to highlight the truly hungry independents: Woodside, Aker BP, CNRL and Suncor.
Take a dive into Independents’ Day pages 7 through 14 for more information.
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Stay tuned for the next installation of Sharks in the Water, where we’ll share our thoughts on a few more independent E&Ps: Hess, Hunt and Murphy.
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